The culture concerns in society on the criminal justice system would explain in the community policing based on Peel’s concept of prevention. Many law enforcement agencies have embraced the community policing concept across the country. Its goal in preventing crime and promote better partnerships between police and community. According to Friedmann (1992), problem analysis and problem solving, facilitation, community organization, communication, mediation, and conflict resolution, resource identification and use, networking and linkages, and crow-cultural competency receives special attention and forces agencies to invest in training. In 1855, Robert Peel introduced a Bill, entitled Bill for Improving the Police in and near the Metropolis, later became law and the basis for modern policing. In the early years, many police archives were destroyed and it is not certain if Peel did compose the nine principles are still in use today. The nine principles are described for police to exist is its base mission; dependent on public approval for their actions is determined by their ability to perform their duties; to secure and maintain the respect of the public must secure the co-operation of the public in voluntary observance of the law; the necessity of the use of
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